Divorce Ploy: Former police officer sues ex-AG employees after sexual abuse charges dismissed (vital)

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This story is getting old but this one beats them all.  AG Brian Kolodziej was, it seems, screwing this woman in the Macomb County prosecutor’s office.  One thing led to another and, it seems, the woman had a cousin that was getting a divorce from a Detroit cop.

The deal was for Kolodzeij to push this totally fake case through, while getting his other perverse needs taken care of, the state AG’s office that oversees police.

Aiding him knowingly were member of the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office, Child Protective Services and the Oakland County Prosecutor’s office along with several top state officials.

Officer MacMaster was jailed for five months before someone figured out he was set up in a massive abuse of power.

Why VT is covering this?  Sex abuse claims are made in 40% of US divorce cases, make that 62% of veterans divorce cases.  Many attorneys advise their female clients to fabricate sex abuse charges in every single case they take to court.

Worse still…collogues, including judges and prosecutors, know these cases are fake and that the same perjury and obstruction is committed over and over by the same individuals and nothing is said, nothing is done but lives are ruined.

Detroit News: A former police officer whose sexual assault case was dismissed by Attorney General Dana Nessel is suing six individuals involved with his case, including a Michigan State Police trooper and three former employees of the Department of Attorney General.

Sean MacMaster, a former Detroit police officer, filed suit in Detroit federal court last week, alleging investigators and prosecutors in his case violated his rights to due process and protection from unreasonable search and seizure.

MacMaster and his 71-year-old stepfather were arrested in 2019 and charged by the attorney general’s office with the sexual abuse of a relative. MacMaster maintained his wife, Johanna MacMaster, had fabricated the story during a custody battle and argued in his lawsuit that investigators acted inappropriately while investigating and prosecuting the case.

“Defendants encouraged, assisted, and ratified defendant Johanna MacMaster’s unlawful objective to falsely accuse plaintiff of sexual abuse in order to gain an advantage in the custody dispute following divorce from plaintiff,” the May 6 filing said.

Nessel is aware of the lawsuit filed against the state employees.

Some of the individuals named in the case had been implicated in an internal investigation last year by Nessel’s office, but others were cleared in a Kent County investigation of the case.

The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office, Child Protective Services and the Oakland County Prosecutor’s Office declined to bring charges against Sean MacMaster when Johanna MacMaster first brought her complaints to them in 2016. She later brought her complaints to a Michigan State Police post in Lapeer and the FBI, both of which declined to investigate after speaking with Oakland County officials, according to the complaint.  read more (no pay wall)

https://www.detroitnews.com/story/news/local/michigan/2021/05/15/former-police-officer-sues-ex-ag-employees/5097824001/

 

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2 COMMENTS

  1. This would have made a good Lifetime movie. Corrupt prosecutor, cop and investigators caught framing innocent cop. One county (Kent) prosecutors office finds nothing wrong with corrupt cop, investigator and prosecutor, as well as clearing perjuring cop. Another county (Oakland) finds all three culpable and charges prosecutor with 2 counts of misconduct. Fired perjuring cop gets arbitration board (police union) to intervene and she gets her job back. Question is, what if this guy was not a cop? Why was a cop that is guilty of perjury re-instated? Seems the innocent cop is just lucky he was a cop. How likely is it a civilian would have had the same outcome? In the end, it shows that corrupt cops/prosecutors/investigators will screw anyone, even a cop. The other thing is that he is lucky that Oakland county didn’t drop the case, as Kent county did. Funny how Kent county prosecutor found that the defendants did not act improperly, but Oakland prosecutors did. State investigators still need another look at Kent county that did not deem the case, a case. All in all, just another day in corrupt LE.

  2. Nice to see that VT occasionally supports the police. Detroit is similar to other big cities… Recently, we had a police officer commit suicide after being falsely indicted on 4th degree assault charges. 4th degree? It was a loud argument. I believe he would have beat the charges in court. He was buried on May 11, during National Police Week. He leaves a wife and 3 small girls, 1 of them a newborn.

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